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18.10–18.30

Modeling the effects of external nutrient reductions on algal blooms  

in hyper-eutrophic Lake Taihu, China 

Peifang Wang, Yiping Li (Hohai University, China) 

September 30, 2016

Room 518

10:00–10.15

Self-purification processes in contaminated sediments of the Neva Estuary  

Julia Polyak (St. Petersburg Scientific Research Center for Ecological Safety of RAS, Russia)

10.15–10.30

Identification of acid-extractable metals and acid-volatile sulfide for prediction 

of sediment toxicity 

Nadezhda Stepanova, Ekaterina Kaldyaeva, Irina Vibornova (Kazan Federal University, Russia)

10.30–10.45

Acetate oxidation enhances difference between isotope signatures in methane 

and carbon dioxide during cellulose methanization by sediments in tropical lakes 

Vasily Vavilin (RAS Institute of Water Problems, Russia)

10.45–11.00

Current state of Karelia’s water bodies affected by natural, climatic 

and anthropogenic factors 

Petr Lozovik, Albina Sabylina, Natalia Galakhina, Irina Kravchenko  

(Institute of Water Problems of the North Karelian Research Centre of RAS, Russia)

11.00–11.15

The anthropogenic impact on the water bodies of the Central ecological zone 

of the Baikal natural territory 

Olga Gagarinova (V.B. Sochava Institute of Geography, Siberian Branch of RAS, Russia)

11.15–11.30

Scientific background bioenergy activity of drinking water 

Anatoly Stekhin, Galina Yakovleva (A.N. Sysin Research Institute of Human Ecology 

and Environmental Health, Russia)

11.30–12.00

Coffee break

12.00–12.15

Quality assessment of natural waters with regard to geochemical features  

of the territory within the boundaries of basin districts

Valentina Kuzmich (ANO “Research Institute of Industrial Ecology”, Russia),  

Evgeny Yanin, Oleg Ivanitskii (V.I. Vernadsky Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical 

Chemistry of RAS, Russia)

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12.15–12.30

Hydrodynamical models of water quality formation in surface water bodies 

Anatoliy Lepikhin (Mining Institute, Ural Branch of RAS, Russia), Tatiana Lyubimova 

(Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Ural Branch of RAS, Russia)

12.30–12.45

Evaluation of the extreme levels of chemical pollution for the river network 

of urban territories 

Vladislav Shelutko (Russian State Hydrometeorological University, St. Petersburg

State University, Russia), Elena Urusova (Russian State Hydrometeorological University, 

Russia)

12.45–13.00

Trends observed in plankton of Lake Baikal during monitoring program  

for 1945–2015 

Eugene Silow, Lyudmila Krashchuk, Konstantin Onuchin, Elena Pislegina, Olga Rusanovskaya, 

Svetlana Shimaraeva (Institute of Biology, Irkutsk State University, Russia)

13.00-13.30

Discussion

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Session 5.



Innovative technologies in water 

and wastewater treatment

A

ddressing issues associated with renewable water supply in BRICS countries involves applica­



tion of innovative water treatment and purification technologies. The following aspects appear 

to be particularly important in this context: assessing the current state of water treatment and 

purification facilities’ barrier functions and determining the ways to strengthen it; studying global de­

velopment trends in innovative water treatment and purification technologies; applying cutting­edge 

technologies for waste water treatment and purification in BRICS countries; deploying advanced 

equipment required to make full use of innovative water treatment and purification technologies. 

BRICS countries would benefit from exchanging practical experience of advanced technologies’ 

application at specific water treatment and purification facilities. Participants of the session will pre­

sent various new technologies, as well as outcomes of their application in various economic contexts.

Session Chair

Mikhail Kozlov

Head of Innovative Equipment 

and Technologies Department, 

JSC “Mosvodokanal”



Mikhail Kozlov, PhD, authored more 

than 200 research publications on water and wastewater 

treatment, member of the Technical Working Group №10 

on the development of the Guide of the best available 

techno 

logies “Wastewater treatment using centralized 



wastewater facilities at settlement and city levels”, Head 

of the section “Water drainage and sewage treatment” at 

the Technical and Expert Council of Russian Water and 

Wastewater Association.



Deputy Session Chair

Marina Kevbrina

Head of Section, Engineering 

and Technology Centre, JSC 

“Mosvodokanal”



Marina Kevbrina, PhD, author of more than 100 re­

search publications on water treatment and wastewater 

treatment, member of the Technical Working Group №10 

on the development of the Guide of the best available 

technologies “Wastewater treatment using centralized 

wastewater facilities at settlement and city levels”, member 

of the Technical and Expert Council of Russian Water and 

Wastewater Association.



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Session 5.  

Innovative technologies in water and wastewater treatment

September 29, 2016

Room 426

14.00–14.20 

Hygienic assessment of the effectiveness of generally accepted Russia’s water 

conditioning systems and practical application of innovative technologies 

to improve their barrier function 

Yury Rakhmanin, Rufina Mikhailova (A.N. Sysin Research Institute of Human Ecology and 

Environmental Health, Russia)

14.20–14.40

Photoelectrocatalysis: a powerful tool for wastewater treatment

Maria Valnice Boldrin Zanoni, Guilherme Garcia Bessegato, Thais Tasso Guaraldo,  

Barbara A. Souza, Juliano C. Cardoso (Sao Paulo State University, Institute of Chemistry, 

Brazil)

14.40–15.00

New technology for nitrogen removal from fermented sludge filtrate via oxidation 

of ammonia in anoxic condition 

Mikhail Kozlov (JSC “Mosvodokanal”, Russia)

15.00–15.20

Wastewater and sludge treatment technologies to reduce negative impact on the 

environment in St. Petersburg 

Olga Rublevskaya (SUE “Vodokanal of St. Petersburg“, Russia)

15.20–15.40

Degradation of phenolic compounds in wastewater under solar radiation through 

advanced oxidation process using hetero-structured TiO

2

 nanotubes 

Hirok Chaudhuri, Mrinal Kanti Mandal, Supriya Pal (National Institute of Technology Durgapur, 

India), Kashyap Dubey (Central University of Haryana, India), Shailesh Pandey, Sumanta 

Rakshit (National Institute of Technology Durgapur, India)

15.40–16.00

Discussion

16.00–16.30

Coffee break

16.30–16.50

UV disinfection of natural and waste water: modern studies and practice 

Sergey Kostyuchenko (Research and Development Company “LIT”, Russia)

16.50–17.10

Role of modern molecular biological techniques in development of innovative 

wastewater treatment technologies 

Nikolai Pimenov, Anna Kallistova (S.N. Winogradsky Institute of Microbiology, Federal 

Research Centre “Fundamental Studies of Biotechnology” of RAS, Russia), Yury Nikolaev 

(S.N. Winogradsky Institute of Microbiology, Federal Research Centre “Fundamental Studies 

of Biotechnology” of RAS, JSC “Mosvodokanal”, Russia), Andrey Mardanov (Institute of 

Bioengineering, Federal Research Centre “Fundamental Studies of Biotechnology” of RAS, 

Russia), Marina  Kevbrina (JSC “Mosvodokanal”, Russia), Nikolay Ravin (Institute of 

Bioengineering, Federal Research Centre “Fundamental Studies of Biotechnology” of RAS, 

Russia), Mikhail Kozlov (JSC “Mosvodokanal”, Russia)

17.10–17.30

Optimized preparation of micro block-CPAM by response surface methodology 

and evaluation of dewatering performance 

Huaili Zheng, Li Xiang (Chongqing University, China) 

17.30–17.50

Biostimulation for treatment of abattoir effluent in a batch bioreactor 

Olga de Smidt, Martin Keller, Edrick van der Merwe, Likeleli Koikoi, Francois le Roux (Central 

University of Technology, Free State, South Africa)

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17.50–18.10

Creation of global analytical platform of water technologies 

Vladimir Borman, Ivan Kurchatov, Nikolay Laguntsov (National Research Nuclear University 

MEPhI, Russia), Igor Nechaev (L.Ya. Karpov Scientific Research Institute of Physics 

and Chemistry (NIFKhl), Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation, Russia)

18.10–18.30

Discussion

September 30, 2016

Room 426

10.00–10.20

Water management for successful development of industry holding 

Ilya Lychev (JSC “Atomenergomash”, Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation, Russia)

10.20–10.40

Novel thermally driven membrane processes for water treatment 

Аlexey Volkov, Eduard Novitsky, Ilya Borisov, Vladimir Vasilevsky, Vladimir Volkov  

(A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis of RAS, Russia)

10.40–11.00

Membrane methods in water treatment and water purification 

Evgeniy Egorov, Evgeniy Starikov (LLC “Gidrotekh”, Russia)

11.00–11.20

Early warning systems pollution of drinking water development. Russia and 

China’s cases 

Rufina Mikhailova, Olga Savostikova (A.N. Sysin Research Institute of Human Ecology 

and Environmental Health, Russia), Cal Liang (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 

Hunan Province, China)

11.20–11.30

Discussion

11.30–12.00

Coffee break

12.00–12.20

Water supply technologies development. SUE “Vodokanal of St. Petersburg” 

experience 

Vladimir Gvozdev (SUE “Vodokanal of St. Petersburg”, Russia)

12.20–12.40

Avoiding fresh water losses with the right gaskets and the right way to work 

Franck Royer (Klinger GmbH, Germany)

12.40–13.00

11 years’ experience of successful usage of bioelectronic monitoring systems 

at the objects of SUE “Vodokanal of St.Petersburg” and marine and freshwater 

natural water bodies

Sergey Kholodkevich (Scientific Research Center for Ecological Safety of RAS, Saint-Petersburg 

State University, Russia) 

13.00–13.30

Discussion

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Session 6

Flood risk management

More than half a billion people in the world are affected by floods every year. According to the 

data of Munich Re, in 2015, the total economic damage from flooding in the world amounted to 

almost $30 billion, i.e. more than 40% of damage incurred by other natural disasters. At the same 

time, economic, social and environmental damage caused by floods has been growing over the last 

decades. The reasons are numerous and range from climatic and anthropogenic changes affecting 

the scale and frequency of floods occurrences to social and economic ones related to the develop­

ment of flooded areas, the growth of insurance payments, inflation, etc.

Despite the differences in environmental and socio­economic conditions, all five BRICS countries 

are facing challenges associated with the flood risk management. Reducing these risks requires 

development of climate change adaptation measures;  development of land use and flood risk 

management methods; increasing the efficiency of interaction with the population; increasing the 

interrelation of planning and operational activities to identify and counterstand the most critical risks 

to make them socially, environmentally, economically, and politically acceptable to society.

The session’s objective is to discuss and compare new approaches, methodologies, and tools 

for analyzing temporal and spatial dimensions changes  in characteristics of floods in various re­

gions, assessing the impact of these changes on flood risks and management decisions, analyzing 

major hydrological risk factors, structural and non­structural water sector measures to reduce these 

risks.

Session Chair

Boris Porfiriev

Corresponding Member of the 

Russian Academy of Sciences, 

Deputy Director of RAS Institute 

of Economic Forecasting

Prof. Boris Porfiriev leads the Laboratory of Forecasting 

and Analysis of Natural and Technogenic Risks in the Econo­

my at the Economic Forecasting Institute of the Russian 

Academy of Sciences. Graduated cum laude in economic 

geography from M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University; 

later received Doctor of Science in Economics degree and 

full professor title.

Dr. Porfiriev was the first Vice­President of the Interna tional 

Research Committee on Disasters (2002–2006, 2011–

2015) of the International Sociological Association. Within 

these frameworks, he contributed to a number of major 

social science projects on disaster risk reduction and crisis 

management in Russia and internationally. His publications 

on disaster risk evaluation, disaster and crisis policy, eco­

nomics and management of natural disasters, including 

economics of climate change, comprise over 30 mono­

graphs and multi­authored volumes and over 300 research 

papers and reports published in Australia, China, Germany, 

Italy, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, UK and USA.

He is a member of editorial boards and editor of many in­

ternational scientific and professional journals. 



Session Chair

Yangbo Chen

Director, Laboratory of Water 

Disaster Management and 

Hydroinformatics, Sun Yat­sen 

University

Yangbo Chen is a Chief Scientist of ESCAP/WMO Ty­

phoon Committee OSUFFIM project, President­elect of 

International Commission on Remote Sensing (ICRS) of 

IAHS, Chairman of IAHS Panta Rhei WG on MHPC.

In 1984, he graduated from Wuhan University with Bache­

lor’s degree in Power Engineering; in 1987, he obtained 

Master’s Degree in Hydrology and Water Resources; and in 

1998, he earned PhD in the same field.

His research interests include distributed hydrological 

model, flood forecasting and management, dual impact of 

climate change and urbanization on water resources, re­

mote sensing hydrology, and watershed water resources 

management.

He is a member of the International Association of Hy­

drological Sciences (IAHS), American Geophysical Union 

(AGU), American Water Resources Association (AWRA), 

and Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society (CHES).


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Session 6.  

Flood risk management

September 29, 2016

Room 424

6.1 Theories, methods and technologies of hydrological forecasts

14.00–14.20

The new paradigm in hydrological forecasting (ensemble predictions and their 

improving based on assimilation of observation data) 

Lev Kuchment, Victor Demidov (RAS Institute of Water Problem, Russia) 

14.20–14.40

The hydrological forecast models of the Siberian rivers water regime 

Dmitry Burakov (Krasnoyarsk State Agrarian University, Krasnoyarsk Center for 

Hydrometeorology and Monitoring of the Environment, Russia), Evgeniya Karepova  

(Institute of Computational Modeling, Siberian Branch of RAS, Russia)

14.40–15.00

Short-term forecasts method of water inflow into Bureyskaya reservoir 

Yury Motovilov (RAS Institute of Water Problems, Russia), Victor Balyberdin (SKM Market 

Predictor, Russia), Boris Gartsman, Alexander Gelfan (RAS Institute of Water Problems, 

Russia), Timur Khaziakhmetov (RusHydro Group, Russia), Vsevolod Moreydo (RAS Institute 

of Water Problems, Russia), Oleg Sokolov (Far Eastern Regional Hydrometeorological Research 

Institute, Russia)

15.00–15.20

Forecast of spring floods on the upper Ob river 

Alexander Zinoviev, Vladimir Galаkhov, Konstantin Koshelev (Institute of Water and 

Environmental Problems, Siberian Branch of RAS, Russia)

15.20–15.40

Regional hydrological model: the infrastructure and framework for hydrological 

prediction and forecasting 

Andrei  Bugaets (RAS Institute of Water Problems, Far Eastern Regional Research 

Hydrometeorological Institute, Russia), Boris Gartsman (RAS Institute of Water Problems, 

Russia), Leonid Gonchukov (RAS Institute of Water Problems, Far Eastern Regional Research 

Hydrometeorological Institute, Russia), Oleg Sokolov (Far Eastern Regional Research 

Hydrometeorological Institute, Russia), Kwan Tun Lee (National Taiwan Ocean University, 

Taiwan), Yury Motovilov, Vitaly Belikov, Vsevolod Moreydo, Andrey Kalugin, Andrey Aleksyuk

Inna Krylenko, Alexey Rumyantsev (RAS Institute of Water Problems, Russia)

Deputy Session Chair

Alexander Gelfan

Deputy Director of RAS Institute 

of Water Problems, Head of the 

Laboratory of Hydrology of River 

Basins 

Alexander Gelfan is a specialist in mathematical mode­

ling of hydrological cycle land processes and the formation 

of river flow. He holds the Doctor of Physical and Mathe­

matical Sciences degree. 

His main areas of research are related to the development 

of dynamic­stochastic models of runoff formation and their 

use for hydrological calculations and forecasts, including 

those for the assessment of danger of occurrence and the 

extent of catastrophic floods, long­term ensemble fore­

casts of spring floods, estimates of hydrological cycle pro­

cesses sensitivity to climate change, and anthropogenic 

impacts on the river catchment.

Alexander Gelfan is Deputy Chairman of the Scientific 

Council of “Surface Water Resources” at RAS Department 

of Earth Sciences, member of RAS Bureau of the National 

Geophysical Committee, member of RAS Presidium 

Committee on System Analysis, Commission for Hydro­

logy of Snow and Ice of the International Association of 

Hydrological Sciences, American Geophysical Union, and 

the European Union of Geophysical Sciences.

Alexander Gelfan is a member of editorial boards of Rus­

sian and international research journals; heads international 

working group “Physics of Hydrological Predicta bility” es­

tablished under the auspices of the International Associa­



tion of Hydrological Sciences.

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15.40–16.00

Risks of short-time flooding in Nizhny Novgorod region due to landslides on the 

river banks 

Efim Pelinovsky (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Nizhny Novgorod 

State Technical University, RAS Institute of Applied Physics, Russia), Irina Didenkulova 

(Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University, Russia), Olga Oshmarina (National Research 

University Higher School of Economics, Russia)

16.00–16.30

Coffee break

6.2 Methods of risk assessment and management  

of hazardous hydrological phenomena 

16.30–16.50

The development of methods of preventing water’s adverse impact based on the 

analysis of data on extreme precipitation 

Dmitry Klimenko (Perm State National Research University, Russia)

16.50–17.10

Towards a comprehensive approach to evaluation of loss and damage from floods: 

identifying missing components 

Ekaterina Makarova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia)

17.10–17.30

Spatial variability of surface soil moisture at the field scale under the framework 

of geostatistics and satellite remotely sensed imagery 

Otto Correa Rotunno Filho, Kary de Paiva, Afonso Augusto Magalhaes de Araujo, Vitor Paiva 

Alcoforado Rebello (Laboratory for Water Resources and Environment, Civil Engineering 

Programme, Alberto Luiz Coimbra Institute for Graduate Studies and Research in Engineering, 

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)


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